Celebration of an assembly with Knowledge Coalition members and Co-Researchers and open to anyone who has participated in the chatbot or is interested in mental health. Fourteen policy recommendations are delivered to public authorities (Barcelona...
The CoAct for Mental Mental collective data interpretation process was presented in an interactive workshop. The project was also presented as an oral presentation.
During this session, the last results were reflected on, and based on these results, a list of concrete actions was collectively elaborated.
This demonstrative session aimed to simulate the co-design process of the CoAct for Mental Health project and to make the attendees experience what it meant to be a Co-Researcher.
Three Co-Researchers (Assumpta, Quiona and Inma) participated in this public conference, where they explained the project’s relevance to them.
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The Co-Researchers and the CoAct team reflected on the meaning of the answers collected by the chatbot and especially on the meaning of the networks obtained.
At the Canòdrom (Barcelona) the Co-researchers and the CoAct team reflected together on the data collected through the chatbot during a 3-hours session.
The number of participants increased up to 500 people.
From 24-11 to date: While the chatbot was extensively in the social media by a number of actors (UB, FSMC, Co-Researchers, members of the Knowledge Coalition, etc.), a press campaign was also conducted. Numerous articles and radio and TV interviews...
The project was presented at the conference “m4social” in the frame of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.